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many have you have questions. we'll stay on the story. tune in tomorrow night. go to facebook.com and tell us what you think. tonight, the end result is you have to win. >> donald trump continues to surge in the polls. could the republican front-runner keep it up? newt gingrich and ann coulter are here. >> we've been going with them for decades. they say wonderful things during elections but they don't do anything. >> rise of the washington outsiders. why are insurgent candidates connecting with you the voters? >> there is no excuse for a secretary of state, using a private e-mail server. >> plus, carly fiorina reacts to the potentially criminal server
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scandal. could hillary end up behind bars? "hannity" right here right now. >> welcome. we have huge news regarding hillary clinton and her private e-mail server cox the explosive new information sent her to jail? first, can donald trump's momentum, he continues to surge in popularity among potential 2016 voters. to break down all the latest. >> it's unbelievable. the big question this week has been how would donald trump do in the polls after some very strong debate performances from his 2016 rivals? and the answer is not much has changed for the billionaire businessman. four polls out earlier this week brings some very good news for the trump campaign. the latest national poll, trump holds the top spot with 17% of the voters. saying he would be their pick for president. that is a very strong lead over marco rubio and governor jeb bush who are tied for second with 10%.
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in the very important state of iowa which we know can make or break a lot of campaigns. the new cnn/orc poll shows trump is in first place with 22%. while dr. ben carson sits in second place with 14%. thing are a little tighter in new hampshire. franklin pierce university boston herald poem has trump beating jeb bush by 5 points with 18%. while ohio governor john kasich comes in third with 8%. and finally, maybe the most important poll number for trump. the poll asked iowa voters which candidate they thought would change the way washington works. and as you can see, trump dominates with 44%. the rest of the candidates failed to crack double digits. we'll be keeping a close eye on these polls as they continue to change. >> all right. i think that 44% number will be huge. we'll see that, more of those numbers in the future. thank you. it looks like we are seeing voters moving toward the
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outsider like trump and ben carson and carly fiorina. also senator ted cruz. they've all been rising in the polls. . feel they're ones most dedicated to fixing the system and some of the campaign events, it is tough to argue. just watch this. >> they said donald trump has too strong a tone. too strong! we have heads being chopped off because they're christian in the middle east. we have borders where people are being killed all over. the world is cracking up and they're worried wiabout my tone. >> there is a career politician in both parties who get had bed with the lobbyists. if you think we need to bring power back from washington to we the people, that's what this campaign is all about. >> the highest calling of leadership is to challenge the status quo. we need someone who can challenge the status quo of washington, d.c. not someone who has been in the political process all their lives. >> and we have to change the
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direction of our country. and we have the ability to do it. >> here with analysis, we welcome him back. it's been a long time of he's been someplace, i don't know, far away. welcome back. speaker of the house, newt gingrich. >> i'm doing great and what a remarkable opening to the show. >> can we argue this early, we're five and a half months away from the iowa caucuses. this is the year of the insurgent. when you look at the poll numbers of donald trump and ted cruz and ben carson and carly fiorina, and bernie sanders. what do you think? >> i don't see any way that the washington establishment can avoid the reality. i just took fiorina, trump and carson, and in michigan, they're now 47% of the republican vote. if you add in cruz, over 50% of the republican vote. what you have is a nation which
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is fed up with politics as usual, business as usual, government as usual. and they are sending some of the strongest signals i've ever seen. and you're exactly right. sanders is sending a very strong signal in the democratic party. he now leads in new hampshire. he had 27,000 people in los angeles the other night. over the week, he had a total of 70,000 people. in washington state, oregon and california. that's pretty amazing turnout this early in the campaign. >> let me show you one little snippet of what might highlight in terms of the surge in candidates. this is donald trump. a short video. instagram. ripping hillary and obama for having fun while the world is burning. watch this.
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politicians having fun on our dime. jihadi john. benghazi burning. hillary and bill dancing. this seems to be resonating. reaction? >> it does resonate. politicians campaigned and said they would change things but they didn't change things. if you look at the governorships, you see where people made real changes and the governors are actually pretty popular. and a lot of the governors are businessmen. this is one of the things to notice about both carly fiorina and donald trump. and for that matter, being a professional outside politics, dr. carson. people around the country have elected governors with no political experience who were very successful in business. look at michigan, look at illinois, look at florida, look at maryland, and i think it is because people want somebody who
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can get things done. >> let me, i don't know if you've had a chance to see the interview with donald trump from earlier this week. he got into more specifics on immigration, on mexico, on tax policy, on isis, on health care savings accounts. that had been a big criticism even in the "wall street journal." giving very specific answers. does that help him? >> well, i watched that on the interview with you. and i thought to myself, here's a guy. for example, i had not really thought about it but here's a guy who has spent hundreds of millions of dollars buying health insurance for all of his employees. he knows a lot about health insurance and the cost of health care. i was very impressed. >> all right. let me go to the democratic side. let's look at bernie sanders. this is the new hampshire poll. it came out of the boston herald poll. if you go back to march, h at 3.
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i'll going to get into the clinton e-mail server scandal. bernie sanders got 28,000 people in los angeles. 28,000 people in portland, oregon. is he, a 73-year-old socialist curmudgeon now a threat to hillary clinton? >> as somebody said a while ago, alex smith, a republican said he represents the woodstock generation. that this is, of course, that's not very far from vermont. there is gathering of all the old left. this is their last great crusade. and here's one of them. but remember, in the democratic party, a true believing socialist has a 35 or 40% base. so any democrat who takes sanders lightly may find out by next summer he is their nominee. and hillary is a decaying xhod at this. you always knew she would decay because of corruption. you can't allow bill to be near
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$2 billion and not expect some level of corruption. i never thought they would be as arrogant and stupid as i'm sure we'll talk about in the next segment in terms of what she's done with her e-mails. this is so dumb and so beyond any reasonable defense. that i think it is just going on keep grinding her up every week. >> last question. then we'll get into the e-mail issue. do you see a scenario in which donald trump can become the nominee or ben carson, ted cruz, bernie sanders on the other side? does this defy conventional political gravity? >> you've known me a long time. and you know how much i've studied this business. in the end, the american people are sovereign. if they end up deciding they want donald trump or bernie sanders or carly fiorina or they want a dr. carson, they're going to run right over the establish many. anybody who tells you it can't
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happen knows nothing of american history. in america, the people actually do decide in the end. not money. not media. the people. and it is fascinating to watch. i think you're seeing something historic. >> i think you're right. >> former speaker of the house newt gingrich. after the break, damaging new developments in the clinton schedule. tonight, anne coulter weighing in. and carly fiorina, does she think hillary should go to jail? ♪
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now back to "hannity." ♪ welcome back.
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new evidence of a possible criminal cover-up to hide what was really on hillary clinton's private e-mail server. according to the "washington post." the clinton campaign handed over her server to the fbi yesterday but it was blank. now we're learning about how the classified and even top secret information may have ended up in clinton's private e-mail inbox. >> sources tell fox news, the nature of electronic evidence makes it very difficult to be tampered with. they say even erasing media will leave an electronic trail. meanwhile, attorneys for clinton, her former chief of staff cheryl mills and abedin have in writing assured they will not delete any potential records in their possession. clinton has said she never sent or received anything marked classified which led to these comments from fox. >> that they originated within
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the state department or whether they originated within another agency? >> i don't have any updates for you in terms of original sourcing. we have no indications that there were any, that there was at all any stripping of classification markings. >> yet a senior state department source expressed concern to fox that it is possible someone might have stripped the classification markings before it was sent to clinton's personal e-mail. >> top secret information is information which the definition says, if it is exposed, it could cause exceptionally grave damage to national security. so taking off the classification markings and exposing it to possible compromise is a very serious offense. >> and a former senior fbi official said hillary clinton should have known she was a target as the nation's top diplomat and perhaps the president. >> hillary rodham clinton is an
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extremely high value target to foreign actors, from a cyber intrusion hacking perspective. she is among the top. she is fourth in line to the presidency. so she is quite obvious target for those who would want to steal u.s. government information which we see during daily. >> and hosko calls this astounding and incredibly disappointing. >> all right. mike emanuel in washington. the democrats are now panicking over the clinton server scandal. back with us now, the form he speaker of the house, newt gingrich. here's the interesting thing. inspectors general, literally, they looked at 40 e-mails, a small sampling of the 50,000. they found four classified documents. two top secret. out of the four that they had --
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out of the 40. that's 10%. so they got 30,000 plus e-mails they have to go through. if it is 10%, we're talking about 3,000. so that means she lied when she said she never had classified information on her server. that really would give context and texture to the idea why would anybody wipe their server clean? why would she decide which e-mails to delete? how bad do you think this will get. >> i suspect the top people at the federal bureau of investigation will go ban and pull up not just the so-called official e-mails but also the ones she deleted earlier. if they can do that, now you'll have 55,000 e-mails to look at. now, second, i have to confess having dealt with secret information for' very long time. as speaker and later of the defense policy board.
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i can't imagine why this secretary of state would set up a separate e-mail system and would have basically open source passage of secret information. and i can't imagine why her two top staff would have allowed her to do it. i mean, you have to wonder, what was the conversation like? when they sat in a room. not just her. also her staff. and they're all sitting there saying, you know, we're going to be so clever. we're going to take secret information. and there is no question, they were taking secret information. because the truth is, you can't operate as secretary of state and personally make the decision of what is secret or not secret. you don't know enough about the context of each e-mail. >> let me play for you a come that john kerry made. staggering. breath taking in light of what we're discussing. about his e-mail and who may be hacking into his system. watch this. >> unfortunately, we're living
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in a world where a number of countries, the chinese and russians included, have consistently been engaged in cyber attacks against american interests, against the american government, and it is an issue that we recently raised very, very strongly in our dialogue with the chinese. the answer is, it is very likely. it is not without, outside the realm of possibility and we know that they have attacked a number of american interests over the course of the last days. >> it is very likely that your e-mails are being read? >> it is very possible. there's no way for me and i certainly write things with that awareness. >> very likely the chinese and the russians are reading our current secretary of state's e-mails. which i'm sure have the highest level of protection available. and yet she has all this information on her server. here's the question. if in fact russians, the iranians, the chinese, have her
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server and those e-mails, that might prove that she committed a crime, she ever becomes the president. is she not compromised? is she not susceptible to blackmail? >> you and i see this slightly differently. i think it is now so obvious. she is so clearly discredited. and this will get so much worse. that's the least of her worries. if this had never come to light and they had had that information, maybe they could have black mailed her. but there is a deeper problem here. and by the way, what secretary kerry said should be cause for congress to do very, very thorough -- >> remember, she is saying that 30,000 e-mails she deleted and the server she erase asked got rid of. i don't know anybody that does that. she is saying this was only about yoga, e-mails to her husband, about her daughter's wedding and her mother's funeral. 30,000 e-mails. if it turns out she was lying, and did it violate laws, and i'll put it up on the screen,
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that would mean they have evidence to prove she is guilty of crimes, punishable by prison time. as i put them up there. >> you know she broke the law. >> yes, i do. i believe it. >> no reasonable person can doubt that secretary clinton broke the law. that her two top aides broke the law. it is inconceivable. if you talk to anybody who has handled secrets in the last 35 years. it is inconceivable that they could have had this server the way they did and not be breaking the law. >> so then my next -- go ahead. >> and by the way, the way they handled the material afterwards further broke the law. she didn't have the legal right to decide which of those things to delete. there are clear laws about this in terms of how you handle official information. >> by the way, they're on the screen right now. on the side screen. we still have you up there. the secret e-mails we now know had signal intelligence from spy satellites.
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we know the server was in new jersey the whole time and apparently they didn't know and didn't hand it over. we need an investigation into why in fact they didn't take this server earlier here. now the democrats are in a panic. what does that mean? does that mean barack obama holds a meeting with high ranging democrats, throws in crazy uncle joe as a challenger to hillary? does elizabeth warren jump in? >> somebody better move. if they don't, they'll have bernie sanders, the socialist, as their nominee. i don't believe hillary clinton will be nominated. i think she will continue to decay week by week. she is going to look less and less trustworthy. her numbers will get worse and worse. and i think you will see sanders come roaring up. if somebody doesn't move fairly early, he could build an enormous head of steam. people should not underestimate. those 29,000 people you were describing in los angeles, most of those are now going to be bernie sanders supporters.
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and if that keeps building momentum. this is what happened with george mcgovern in 1972. all of a sudden they couldn't stop him. and a socialist candidate even in this day and age would be pretty problematic for the democrats. >> by the way, welcome back. good to have you. >> coming up next right here on this busy news night on "hannity" -- >> if they don't pay, we'll charge them a little tariff. >> donald trump told me earlier, if elected, he'll make mexico pay for a wall along the southern border. could that work? we'll check in with ann coulter. and then carly fiorina joins the debate from the hawkeye state. we'll ask her about the clinton server scandal. [meow mix jingle slowly and quietly plucks] right on cue. [cat meows] ♪meow, meow, meow, meow... it's more than just a meal, it's meow mix mealtime. with great taste and 100% complete nutrition, it's the only one cats ask for by name. morning ted! scott!
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a spokesman from mexico's president told bloomberg there's no way his country would pay for a wall and trump was i go nornlt for even idea. earlier this week trump explained to me and you how he would make them pay to secure the border. take a look. >> i watch politicians come on. can you imagine, he's saying mexico will pay? and i'm saying, that's like 100%. that's not like 98%. john, it is 100% they'll pay. if they don't pay, we'll charge them a little tariff. >> joining us with reaction. ann coulter is here with us. good to see you. a funny line by trump today about joe biden. i think it would be a great match-up. i have a great record. i'm a job producer i haven't been involved in plagiarism. i think i would match up well
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against biden. >> one yesterday was even better. i've had it up to here with rand paul. he is a funny insulter. but he's more than that. he is clearly right about that mexican wall thing. this is part of what is appealing about him. not only is he the only one seriously talking about immigration and the only one who is believably saying he'll build a wall. the rest are coming up with nonsense excuses. oh, there can be tunnels under walls. these different ways of lying to us. you're not going to build the wall. we send mexico $14 billion in foreign aid every year? of course they'll pay for the wall. >> let me go to you. i might say it a little differently. mexico has no problem at all with people crossing our border. they're doing nothing to help us. nothing to assist us. so in many ways, it takes away some of their problems, poor
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people, other issues. some of the population coming here has been good for them. we give them aid money. and i think donald trump is right. you withhold the aid money and put in a tariff. they're going to get more concerned about it. it makes sense to me. >> i am just astonished by the collective insanity that seem to have marked the conservative movement. >> what's astonishing about it? haven't they been saying secure the border for years and years? >> i don't mean that. i mean donald trump who has put no plan forward whatsoever. >> not true. he said he would build a wall. he said he would build it expeditiously. he would get mexico to pay for it. he would either force them through not giving them aid or through tariffs. that's a specific plan. he talked about health care savings accounts for obamacare as an alternative. >> i think the objections are that you have a man in a debate
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who says single payer. you have a man who has flip-flopped on the wealth tax on gun control. a man who in any other circumstances would have been laughed out of a primary. if you look back to when mitt romney was running. flip-flops not nearly as substantive. >> maybe i'm the wrong person to be appalled by this. there was one thing mitt romney flip-flopped on. one thing. abortion. and i don't think that's a big deal. we're supposed to be trying to win converts over. it isn't really true the things you listed off now there, charles. i mean, it is an exaggeration of his earlier positions. he seem very clear to me. and consistency, i don't think voters go out and think, well, he's been consistent for 20 years on this. he has certainly been consistent about caring about illegal immigration. he has long before now. it isn't a flip-flop on planned parenthood. he is not a politician.
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he is not familiar with all the deceptive ways planned parenthood will sneak through funding for abortion. so when you look at the other health care things, planned parenthood does. well, you really are funding the abortion. okay. if they do any abortions, no funding for planned parenthood. that isn't inconsistent. that is a slight change to a position because he hasn't spent his life being policy. but he is coming one more specific answers than i think the other guys are. >> hold on. first, it is an slight change when you go from being pro choice to pro-life when you run in the primary. but he actually changed his mind this week. >> that's what i was talking about. >> he said on this show, i think yesterday, maybe the day before. that he was fine with the progressive income tax when you reach a certain point, you should pay more. the day before he suggested he was in favor of a flat tax. literally 24 hours before.
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he is making it up as he goes along and we're all falling for it for some reason. >> emlook, i'm a rich man. if you look at what the national debt was back then, why shouldn't we? i can pay it off personally. now the national debt is so huge, i couldn't payett off personally. this isn't some huge shocking flip-flop. it is a far more appalling flip-flop. it is a lie that almost everyone of the other republicans running keep insisting that yes, they want to do something about illegal immigration. and oh, boy, we are going on secure the border first. and rubio promised for three years that he would not vote for an amnesty bill until that border was secure. and we read the bill, first step, amnesty. second step, they all get to bring their relatives. when do we get wall? never because you can build a tunnel under the wall. these aren't flip-flops. what you are illustrating or
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pointing out are just someone whose life has not been consumed with politics. no one cares about that. >> that is certainly one way of putting it. what i'm talking about is a man who decide ad few moments ago that he wanted to be a republican. >> he's been a republican since 1988. he was at the republican national convention talking like a conservative. he likes gugs. >> he cozied up to hillary clinton and then gave the democrats a bunch of money. >> of course he does. he's a businessman. that's the silliest explain. he has at least been a republican since 1988. process gun. as far as i know, he's never been anti-gun. you're catching him on the -- the teeny tiny -- >> i think we're moving our positions around on what he said. he was in favor on the record of an assault weapons ban. is that now pro gun? >> no. but a lot of people. so were republicans in congress. so does john kasich.
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john kasich actually voted for it. >> i have to go. >> coming up, a new video exposes how low planned parenthood executive there's stoop in order to get fetuses. and carly fiorina is now rising in the polls. she will join us next to react to the numbers. and we'll have her weigh in on the clinton server scandal. does she think hillary ends up behind bars? why am i so awake? did you know your brain has a wake system... and a sleep system? science suggests when you have insomnia, the neurotransmitters in your wake system may be too strong, which may be preventing you from getting the sleep you need. talk to your doctor about ways to manage your insomnia.
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i thought you put in a really strong performance and everyone watching did as well. congratulations. >> thank you so much, sean. great to be with you. >> let me start with the hillary server scandal. you've been very critical. probably more than any other candidate. you talk about the server, you talk about her position on planned parenthood. where do you stand now in light of the new information we have today? >> i said in my closing comments at that fox news debate that hillary clinton has lied about benghazi, about her e-mails, about her server. and there were some in the liberal media who said, wow, that's really strong language. but of course, it is the right language. she has lied. and i think the more we learn, the more we know that's true. >> do you think some of your fellow candidates might be afraid to say, i agree with you. she lied. as plain as day to me. i think she really has a very
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difficult legal problem on her hands now. we'll watch this unfold as it relates to the server. some people are timid. they're a little afraid to say she lied. why do you think that is? do you think some of the men in the race that they may be accused of a war on women type thing? >> no, actually, i don't think it is gender. i think it is that the political class speaks in certain terms. sort of sanitized sound bites, what i call bumper sticker rhetoric. by any common sense definition, she has lied. somehow politicians don't always use common sense terms or plain language. but i think by any common sense definition, the same you and i would use, if you say you don't have a server and you do, you lied. if you say you didn't pass classified information and you did, you lied. if you say it was a video and it turns out to be a purposeful terrorist attack, you lied.
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>> i was asking newt about the year of the insurgent. it is you, ted cruz, ben carson, donald trump, and out of nowhere, the curmudgeon 73-year-old social icht, bernie sanders. what does that tell but the electorate right now? and where their minds are? >> well, as you and i have discussed before, sean, there is no doubt from every poll that the vast majority of americans, democrats or republicans, young or old, whether they're men or women, 80 plus percent of americans believe we have a political class that cares more about its position and privilege than about solving the problem. and as i also said at that debate. whatever your issue, whatever your cause, whatever festering problem you home would have been solved by now, the political class has failed you. i think people understand our nation is at a pivotal point. i think people understand real
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leadership is necessary to challenge the status quo and get some of this done. so i think they're for something and someone different than the typical politician from the political class. >> they have robbed us blind. $18 trill in debt going to 20. 94 million americans out of the labor forceful 50 million in poverty. 46 million on food stamps. i say it all the time. i like your outspokenness. i like donald trump's outspokenness. you have been of all the candidates, the harshest critic of donald. i think republicans have been way too politically protect and too timid in washington in particular. i think some have been more aggressive in advancing a conservative agenda. you're outspoken. why are you so critical of his outspokenness? >> well, i don't think i'm particularly critical of his outspokenness. i have said over and over again
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that donald trump taps into this anger that people feel about festering problems that somehow never get solved. >> but carly, i'm angry -- >> i'm critical of anyone. frankly, i'm critical of anyone that tends to paint with a broad brush and insult when it is not necessary. >> i'm angry. let me ask you this. >> to be insulting people. >> i'm angry that republicans swore they would replace and repeal obamacare. they didn't do it. they ran and said they would stop executive amnesty. i'm angry at them. >> me too. that's why i'm running. that's why i'm running for president. i've concluded that all these people who have been in politics their entire life don't know how to fix it. in other words, they don't know how to translate words into results. it is one thing to give a speech. it is another thing to take ideas contained in that speech and turn it into action and results. let me say, sean.
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i'm equally critical when president obama paints all republicans as being the equivalent of iranian hard liners just because they think he negotiated a bad deal. when he insults everyone who disagrees with him by calling them stupid or politically motivated or that venal, all of which he has done. it doesn't help us solve problems. >>fiorina, thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> when we come back, a damning new video exposing planned parenthood. a technician with inside knowledge of the clinics, blows the whistle on the disturbing practices. [meow mix jingle slowly and quietly plucks.] right on cue. [cat meows] [laughs] ♪meow, meow, meow, meow... ♪meow, meow, meow, meow... it's more than just a meal,
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welcome back to "hannity". the center for medical progress exposing potential illegal behavior from planned parenthood, detailing how technicians would take organs and tissues without the knowledge, or consent of the mother this, video is very disturbing and if you have children in the room, you may want to ask them to leave. here it is. >> if there was a higher gestation, and the technicians needed it, there are times
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they'd just take it. and the mothers don't know. there is no way they'd know. >> all i said to her was what is there? nothing. basically, the woman took her blood and you're going to be taking her fetus without her knowing. so it's terrifying. imagine if you're an abortion patient and someone is taking out your baby's heart. >> let me ask a general question. we have videos and tapes and people sipping wine, eating their fruity little salad and talking about crushing this part of the woman's womb and not that
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part so they can harvest the legs and heart and so forth, now we have an under cover video showing they did not tell the parents, these mothers that they were harvesting these organs. do you not find this generally speaking, i assume you're pro choice, do you not find this repugnant? the whole practice? the whole thing? >> you know, i think any thinking person who looks at any of these videos you get queasy. it is sickening to watch it. >> gruesome? >> absolutely. i am not a spokesperson for planned parenthood but they have denied charges on the video, said this person did not work for planned parenthood. >> so what about other videos taken? i went and watched them. when you watch them, they were not taken out of context, none of them. >> i would not dispute that. i would say that it has not been
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proven that planned parenthood did anything illegal in this and that is their position. >> lila, there are multiple laws that you keep citing that have been broken. one, you can't take it without the parent, or the mother's consent. two, you can't change or alter the procedure to harvest body parts which they admit. we'll crush this part but not part of the baby so there are laws broken? right? >> exactly, this is the fifth law selling without the consent of the another. but it's selling body parts in the first place and stem express talks about financial profitses for planned parenthood as an ad for planned parenthood. and their own high-ranking abortionist says she's performed partial birth abortions, she
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delivers the baby breech in order to have an intact specimen. there is horrific aspects of it. >> so based on what you've seen, that you say makes you queasy why should americans give a penny to this group? why? >> because 0 federal dollars that go to planned parenthood go toward abortion. >> that is not true. it's not true. >> it absolutely is true. >> that frees up money for them to do other things so they can sell body parts to get lamborghinis. >> planned parenthood gets 40% of the revenue from the government. that allows them to create these marketing brands and improve their brand in order to get into communities so this they're
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selling an abortion for $500, this is the place where women go. this is one of the biggest scam we've allowed the abortion industry to make a fake case for abortion health care though cancer prevention services have gone down, they're on capitol hill lobbying and they're lying to american women and killing children in the process. >> 2.7 poor women in america go to planned parenthood. >> those numbers are going down. >> the question of the day has to do with hillary and jen. straight ahead. er on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen.
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